The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights: In Search of Enaction, at Risk of Inaction

Minds and Machines, forthcoming.

11 Pages Posted: 30 Nov 2022 Last revised: 16 Jan 2023

See all articles by Emmie Hine

Emmie Hine

University of Bologna- Department of Legal Studies; KU Leuven - Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP)

Luciano Floridi

Yale University - Digital Ethics Center; University of Bologna- Department of Legal Studies

Date Written: November 2, 2022

Abstract

The US is promoting a new vision of a “Good AI Society” through its recent AI Bill of Rights. This offers a promising vision of community-oriented equity unique amongst peer countries. However, it leaves the door open for potential rights violations. Furthermore, it may have some federal impact, but it is non-binding, and without concrete legislation, the private sector is likely to ignore it.

Keywords: AI Bill of Rights, AI governance, comparative policy

Suggested Citation

Hine, Emmie and Floridi, Luciano, The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights: In Search of Enaction, at Risk of Inaction (November 2, 2022). Minds and Machines, forthcoming., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4279449 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4279449

Emmie Hine (Contact Author)

University of Bologna- Department of Legal Studies ( email )

Via Zamboni 22
Bologna, Bo 40100
Italy

KU Leuven - Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP) ( email )

Sint-Michielsstraat 6 box 3443
Leuven, 3000
Belgium

Luciano Floridi

Yale University - Digital Ethics Center ( email )

85 Trumbull Street
New Haven, CT CT 06511
United States
2034326473 (Phone)

University of Bologna- Department of Legal Studies ( email )

Via Zamboni 22
Bologna, Bo 40100
Italy

HOME PAGE: http://www.unibo.it/sitoweb/luciano.floridi/en

Do you have negative results from your research you’d like to share?

Paper statistics

Downloads
595
Abstract Views
2,212
Rank
82,125
PlumX Metrics